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In: Slavica Slovaca, vol. 53, no. 3-4
Dagmar Podmaková

Divadelné paradigmy v súčasnej slovanskej kultúre Tematika vojny v divadelných obrazoch

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Year, pages: 2019, 263 - 275
Keywords: Documentary theatre, the war, immigration, Bertolt Brecht, Refugee Conversations [Разговоры беженцев], The Young Guard [Молодая гвардия], Svetlana Alexievich, War Does Not Have a Woman‘s Face [У войны не женское лицо / Vojna nemá ženskú tvár].
Article type: Štúdie

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Through concrete theatrical productions of one stream of documentary Russian and Slovak theatre the authoress makes comparisons between various approaches, forms and the messages of cultural creatives. She presents two strands of new drama against the backdrop of the events and recollections of World War II and of the conversations between refugees, whereby producers based themselves on literary models. The socio-political situation and new media (the Internet, web community systems and others) have a significant impact on the thinking and maturing of young people. The content of the word, of a sign and the capacity of the viewer to perceive a theatrical performance as a whole have become important once again. Selected theatrical performances point to different approaches and a different reception of a new theatre in two Slavic cultures.

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Podmaková, D. 2019. Divadelné paradigmy v súčasnej slovanskej kultúre Tematika vojny v divadelných obrazoch. In Slavica Slovaca, vol. 53, no.3-4, pp. 263-275. 0037-6787 .

APA:
Podmaková, D. (2019). Divadelné paradigmy v súčasnej slovanskej kultúre Tematika vojny v divadelných obrazoch. Slavica Slovaca, 53(3-4), 263-275. 0037-6787 .

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Published: 17. 1. 2019